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Geweld in de West

Een militaire geschiedenis van de Nederlandse Atlantische wereld, 1600-1800

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Edited by Victor Enthoven, Henk den Heijer and Han R. Jordaan

In Geweld in de West bieden tien auteurs onder redactie van Victor Enthoven, Henk den Heijer en Han Jordaan een overzicht van het Nederlandse militaire optreden in het Atlantische gebied tussen 1600 en 1800. De verovering van Indiaanse gebieden, de strijd tussen rivaliserende Europese machten en de gewelddadige slavenhandel zijn diep verankerd in de Atlantische geschiedenis. Ook Nederland heeft daaraan zijn steentje bijgedragen, maar daar is weinig over bekend. In dit boek worden diverse aspecten van die militaire aanwezigheid belicht. Zo wordt de inzet van niet-Nederlandse strijdkrachten overzee beschreven en wordt ingegaan op gewelddadige excessen die zich hebben afgespeeld. De thema’s militaire organisaties, militaire expedities en militaire cultuur vormen het hart van deze Atlantische studie.

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Edited by Brad Gregory

This volume is a collection of prison writings by seven Dutch Mennonite martyrs executed between 1569 and 1592, first published in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, but until now almost entirely neglected even by specialists in the Radical Reformation. Included are some forty-nine letters, fifteen songs, a poem, a treatise, and six Tafereelen ("tableaux"), plus four letters written to the martyrs, several editorial prefaces and introductions, and several archival documents pertaining to the execution of the martyrs. An introduction contextualizes the writings and explains the reasons for their exclusion from the Mennonite martyrological tradition. This collection adds to the primary sources pertaining to Anabaptist martyrs, Dutch Mennonites, and the Radical Reformation, supplementing van Braght's Martyrs' Mirror.

Published as Kerkhistorische Bijdragen, Documenta Anabaptistica, vol. 8

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Edited by Mellink and Zijlstra

This volume presents a rich collection of archival records on the Anabaptist movement in Friesland and Groningen in the second half of the sixteenth century, such as reports of interrogations, sentences, edicts, and letters of officials. New light is shed on the pattern in the repression of the Anabaptist movement which was entirely different in the two northern provinces. The merciless persecution in Friesland stands in opposition to the relative liberty of the Anabaptists in Groningen in that time.
This carefully documented collection of sources was assembled by Professor A.F. Mellink. After his death in 1987 the manuscript was not ready for publication. Dr. S. Zijlstra completed and supplemented the annotation and transcribed and introduced a number of documents which were recently added to the collection.
The sources will be of interest for historians and church historians in particular.

Published as Kerkhistorische Bijdragen, Documenta Anabaptistica, vol. 7

In het land van de overheerser

II: Antillianen en Surinamers in Nederland, 1634/1667-1954

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Edited by G. Oostindie and Emy Maduro

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Edited by Mellink


Published as Kerkhistorische Bijdragen, Documenta Anabaptistica, vol. 5

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Marten Mikron


Published as Kerkhistorische Bijdragen, Documenta Anabaptistica, vol. 3

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Edited by Mellink


Published as Kerkhistorische Bijdragen, Documenta Anabaptistica, vol. 2

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Edited by Mellink


Published as Kerkhistorische Bijdragen, Documenta Anabaptistica, vol. 1